King Charles visits Ukrainian soldiers training in England
The King of the United Kingdom, Charles III, visited the training base of Ukrainian fighters in southwest England.
Express reports that His Majesty witnessed how the instructors taught the Ukrainian military to attack enemy positions at the training base.
While the monarch was talking to the soldiers, troops could be seen from afar, crawling on the ground and reaching their goals.
During the visit, His Majesty was accompanied by the Chief of the General Staff of Great Britain, General Sir Patrick Sanders.
The King met with some foreign military personnel who joined forces with Great Britain to support training Ukrainian troops.
In addition, Charles had the opportunity to talk with some Ukrainian military personnel participating in basic training.
The course for Ukrainian service members lasts 35 days, providing basic knowledge on hitting targets and survival.
On February 8, during his visit to Great Britain, Volodymyr Zelensky and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak, visited the Bovington Camp military base, where Ukrainian service members are trained.